Mila Kunis graces us with her presence on the cover of the August 2012 issue of Glamour US.
The Ted actress was photographed by Alexei Hay. The newly plumped Mila was photographed wearing a Club Monaco jean shirt, Current/Elliott jeans, a Rag & Bone brown hat and a Minor Obsessions star necklace, an Elisa Solomon Jewelry key necklace, a Cartier bracelet, and a Michael Kors ring.
In the other pictures featured in the magazine, Mila gears up for autumn. She wears a Burberry Brit sweater with Zadig & Voltaire shorts while sitting on a yellow fire escape. In another other picture she enjoys some strawberry ice cream, while wearing a Dolce & Gabbana bustier with Habitual shorts.
Mila talks to Glamour about her new movie, rumors, and loving her body 25 pounds later! Read the interview below!
On her affinity for online dating…
Glamour: The internet has really changed the way people date. I just went to an OkCupid wedding.
Mila Kunis: One of my really good friends met her fiance on an OkCupid-style website. OkCupid’s really popular–all my girlfriends have joined. I love those sites. I go on and I pick the guys for my friends. I think it’s great.
Glamour: You pick guys for your girlfriends?
Mila Kunis: It’s online shopping! We all get together with our laptops and have a glass of wine. Then we message the guy.
Glamour: So, wait, there are guys out there who have been asked out by Mila Kunis and don’t know it?
Mila Kunis: Yes. Who have had conversations with me on OkCupid, to be exact. They had no clue.
Glamour: What’s your approach?
Mila Kunis: I’m just very honest and blunt. My girlfriends end up canceling half the dates anyway.
Glamour: Do you help edit your friends’ profiles too?
Mila Kunis: Yeah. I’m really good at “About Me.” I feel like I could never write anything about myself, because that’s like a therapy session. But about your girlfriends? You just write what you love about your friends. If I didn’t do what I do, I would do Internet dating instead of going out to bars. In two seconds I would. It makes so much more sense.
On whether she is single or dating…
Glamour: Have you ever thought of just putting up a profile that doesn’t have your photo?
Mila Kunis: No. Because, ultimately, what’s going to happen? I show up to coffee.… I’m OK in my personal life. I’ve never dated. I can say this honestly: I don’t know what it’s like to date. But also, how am I going to date? I’m not in one state long enough.
On having a baby…
Glamour: Do you feel pressure to have a baby?
Mila Kunis: This isn’t the right time for me to have one, but I do want a family. I’d rather be in love and have a baby than have a movie.
On expressing her politics through art…
Glamour: Do you fund-raise for Obama?
Mila Kunis: More like street-art-based stuff in Los Angeles that I can’t talk about…because I’m pretty sure it’s illegal.
Glamour: You graffiti?
Mila Kunis: Mm-hmm. I’d rather do that. I don’t need attention for it. What I truly believe in I will do privately.
On being romantically linked to celebs in the tabloids…
Glamour: You’ve been linked to many men in the tabloids. I saw you recently said the Ashton Kutcher thing was absurd…
Mila Kunis: Ninety-nine percent of it is bulls–t. That is the biggest form of bullying ever, the paparazzi. Printing lies, making accusations, it’s just bullying.
On having to lose 25 pounds for her role in Black Swan…
Glamour: Your body was talked about so much during the wave of press for Black Swan, in which you played a rail-thin ballerina. How do you feel now?
Mila Kunis: This is my normal body. It’s not 98 pounds. God, I’m probably 25 pounds heavier in muscle mass and weight at this point. What was crazy was, when I was shooting Black Swan, everyone was like, “Gosh, you’re really too skinny.” Then my weight started bouncing back and they’re like, “She looked better when she was anorexic-looking.” You can’t please anyone! It was just for work. I didn’t do it because I had issues. Now this is my normal weight that I started outwith.
Glamour: How did your body feel 25 pounds lighter?
Mila Kunis: Flat, flat, flat. [She gestures to her chest and hips.] There was no shape, no form, nothing, nothing.